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#2786979 Hardy 911 call

Posted by Zod on 14 May 2014 - 04:23 PM

OK, I am leaning towards her being one psycho crazy mofo now. lol

#2786964 Hardy 911 call

Posted by Zod on 14 May 2014 - 04:15 PM

The Hardy 911 call is out and the link is on TMZ....


According to Hardy, his girlfriend was allegedly on drugs while not in control of herself. Hardy himself called 911 for a police officer to escort her out of the home.

There is an additional 911 call from a neighbor who heard the scuffle. It is unclear if anything was seen by him.


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#2785712 Accelerated Maturation for Hardy

Posted by Zod on 14 May 2014 - 07:31 AM

Maybe it's just me, but I don't see this as a big deal. You can get charged with domestic violence quite easily nowadays.


Do you really believe this?

#2785700 Accelerated Maturation for Hardy

Posted by Zod on 14 May 2014 - 07:15 AM

LOL hyperboil much? None of us know the facts of the domestic and really that's the only serious charge he has had. I'm willing to bet that by TC this is all forgotten.

I don't know any people worth knowing that has a domestic abuse charge. You?

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#2785680 Accelerated Maturation for Hardy

Posted by Zod on 14 May 2014 - 06:55 AM

Unfortunately, Hardy strikes me as the kindof guy that only gets more belligerent after an arrest.

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#2785620 Accelerated Maturation for Hardy

Posted by Zod on 14 May 2014 - 05:22 AM

Fuck it, we're going Kony


Very few top 10 first round picks have the success that Hardy has had.


I am not so sure a late second rounder will be able to fill his shoes.

#2785618 Accelerated Maturation for Hardy

Posted by Zod on 14 May 2014 - 05:21 AM

Hopefully we just got a huge discount because of this if we re-sign him. 


His agent's bargaining power absolutely just took a big hit.


I would have like to have seen Drew Rosenhaus's face when he found out.

#2785612 Accelerated Maturation for Hardy

Posted by Zod on 14 May 2014 - 04:57 AM

You love the Kraken, I love the Kraken. We pay to watch him perform on Sundays. But Greg Hardy has needed to learn to separate his professional life from his personal life for quite some time now. A bit of maturity is needed, and quickly.

That is usually how it goes for 25 year old men. Throw in plenty of money and fame and often times you have a bigger problem.

Over the years with the Panthers there have been signs of trouble. Namely tweeting pictures of dozens of shot glasses, his Bentley speedometer going over 100mph, a driving record with plenty of speeding tickets and a motorcycle accident to name a few. A problem that began in college causing him to plummet in the NFL draft has bled into the NFL

Hardy can add a domestic abuse charge to his record, and that is no laughing matter.

A lack of maturity has now cost him millions, and could cost him much more. It threatens the long term contract he has worked towards. Personal problems will now fall into the risk category when weighing Hardy's benefit. Even if found completely innocent, the domestic violence charge will follow him around the NFL.

We don't yet know what happened yesterday morning. He very well may not be entirely at fault. However, he is 100% responsible for the position he has put himself in. The people he chooses to surround himself with also fall into the "needs maturation" category.

These are all red flags leading up to something more substantial. All signs point to more serious problems on the horizon. The NFL is littered with these stories, and Hardy could just be the next sad character and punch line.

Unless Hardy can get it turned around, and I mean right now.

A full night in a jail cell could be the wake up call Greg has needed for quite some time. Forced to stay the night as a cooling off period, he hopefully used the time wisely and went through accelerated maturation.

We all love the Kraken on the field. Lets hope Greg Hardy can learn to leave him there.

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#2784630 Greg Hardy Arrested

Posted by Zod on 13 May 2014 - 03:32 PM

I've hit a woman, hard enough to leave her with a concussion lying face down in the dirt. She was beating my frail, disabled baby sister in the face because my sister wouldn't give her $20 for drugs. Some women deserve to be bitchslapped like the bitches they are.

Oh, and the female judge dismissed all charges and expunged my arrest.

I absolutely agree a man shouldn't lay hands on a woman, but exceptions most certainly exist.


Obviously if it means saving someone else you do what you have to do.


I am just talking about in normal relationship type stuff.



I really hope Hardy did not punch her.

#2784462 Greg Hardy Arrested

Posted by Zod on 13 May 2014 - 02:38 PM

What if she reached for the absolute best cheese fry in the pile? The one loaded with the most cheese and bacon?

#2784398 Greg Hardy Arrested

Posted by Zod on 13 May 2014 - 02:17 PM

I'm sorry, but if you're being attacked by a woman you have the right to defend yourself. Of course, domestic violence is always one-sided but the law is there to protect both sex's.


Yes, I am sure Greg was in grave danger by a 5'4 120 pound female.

#2784332 Greg Hardy Arrested

Posted by Zod on 13 May 2014 - 01:55 PM

There are two types of men in this world, those who are capable of hitting a woman and those who are not.

Sad to hear Hardy is the type that can.

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#2755304 Zod's Official Panthers Mock Draft Rounds 4-7

Posted by Zod on 29 April 2014 - 04:58 AM

Finishing out the Draft the Panthers select players who can contribute immediately even in the later rounds.

Round 4 - CJ Fiedorowicz TE Iowa
I have been big on this guy for a while, and he will be there for round 4. CJ is the best run blocking TE in the draft and has soft reliable hands in the passing game. He would immediately improve the Panthers horrible run game, something Carolina will desperately need this season if they hope to improve on being ranked 28th overall on offense.

Round 5 - Brandon Coleman WR Rutgers
With this pick the Panthers address their need for a go to red zone wide receiver. Coleman is not the fastest guy on the field, but at 6'6 and a 33 inch vertical he will present matchup problems for shorter defensive backs. Needs to develop more of an aggressive attitude, something RIcky Proehl and the Panthers newly acquired veteran receivers can aid in. Receivers his height rarely make an impact in the NFL, thus he will be available in round 5.

Round 6 - Justin Britt OT Missouri
Britt is a top notch OT prospect that will fall to the late rounds because of his injury issues in 2012. Before you lose interest in this pick, remember the Panthers drafted another such player in the past named Greg Hardy. Britt has performed well against the top rushers in college and shows the toughness to be a legitimate NFL caliber player. At 6'6 and 325lbs, he fits the Gettleman hog molly mold.He may be too tall for shorter QB's like Drew Brees to see over, but will be a good fit for Cam Newton.

Round 7 - Cody Davis FS Texas Tech
Davis had an excellent pro day at Texas Tech and will probably be a late round selection. Everyone knows he is a tackling machine and can contribute immediately on special teams. His only concern was his measurables against NFL receivers. Davis clocked a 4.41 40 which is good enough for him to be drafted. This pick has huge upside for the Panthers. Davis is aggressive and savvy enough to contribute at the NFL level, as seen by his 4 forced fumbles. He would immediately contribute on special teams which is all you can ask for in a 7th round pick.

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#2721907 Better Know a Prospect - C.J. Fiedorowicz

Posted by Zod on 31 March 2014 - 07:06 AM

Reminds me a bit of Jeff King.


More athletic than King ever was.

#2717498 Hannibal

Posted by Zod on 26 March 2014 - 06:33 PM

Best show on TV right now and its not close.


Bad ratings has more to do with it being Friday night time slot. Pretty dumb on their part.